Best For: Uniqueness
Berry Hill is an eclectic city within a city in Nashville that most people think of as a neighborhood but it’s actually an independent town with an elected mayor. Much of Berry Hill exists on winding streets and its architecture is largely composed of quirky and colorful 1940s style cottages. The beating heart of Berry Hill is its community of small, independent businesses. Here you’ll find an abundance of recording studios, pet stores, cafes, vintage boutiques and even a scuba diving business. While there’s a ton of local shops in Berry Hill, right across Thompson Lane on the city’s south side you’ll find a number of big box stores. Berry Hill is a small community, the 2010 Census found it has a total of only 537 residents.